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Nov 13, 2013 5:30pm PST
quote was on the home page. she is saying don't blame her. abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl starts us off. >> reporter: during the first month just 26,000 people were able to select health insurance through the federal website or over the phone, a stunningly low number. 14 states and d.c. operate their own health insurance market places and did better, nearly 80,000. all tolled obama care is way behind the administration's goal of 500,000 for the first month and the 7 million they hope to enroll by march. those numbers and who they sign up are critical to making obama care work. even before the numbers came out today, the white house put the blame on the troubled website.
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Nov 29, 2013 5:30pm PST
this holiday season you don't even have to get off the couch. >> most of the deals are going to come around and can be found online, too. >> reporter: the coupon queen took a break between turkey and pie to share her strategies. tip number one, use ebates.com to get cash back on online purchases. tip number two, start following a blog, like retail me not.com, that gathers all the online coupon codes for you. tip number three, cancel that online order right before you place it. chances are you'll soon get a discount offer for that very item in your in-box. as for joni, she spent black friday shopping for charity. >> i got all this stuff here, drum roll, please, i paid $148, that's 85% savings. >> reporter: crothers says we can achieve big savings if we do homework. she suggests researching all the items on your list, finding the best price, instead of going to three stores, go to one and ask for a price match. >> good advice. thanks so much. from the retail marketplace to the health care marketplace. tomorrow is the self imposed deadline for the obama administration to get health care.gov on
ABC
Nov 26, 2013 6:30pm EST
. >> a lot of times in weather like this you don't see that ice on the road? >> no, they won't know until they're hydroplaning. >> reporter: to keep safe on the roads, a great tip from aaa they tell us -- don't use cruise control. in slippery conditions, you need to be able to ease off the gas quickly, and you can't when your cruise control is on. so that's the mess on the ground but if you are flying up, the air is messy, too. for that part of the story we turn to abc's david kerley at o'hare international airport in chicago. david, good evening. >> reporter: good evening. this is united's o'hare airport command center, the busiest time of the year. over all tonight there are 7200 flights in the air. in atlanta one in three flights was delayed today. there is another map they're interested in in chicago. it's that map sam showed you, the weather map and the storm which could cause huge airline delays. worried about the weather passengers are hitting airports early, but in some cases even that is not enough. >> i actually had a job interview in little rock and i got stuck in houston last
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Nov 26, 2013 5:30pm PST
all. >>> and on top of the world -- you don't know you're beautiful ♪ >> new york's central park center stage for one direction's blowout concert. the formula for creating the biggest pop group on the planet. >>> good evening. diane is off tonight. as we come on the air a ferocious storm system with very bad timing is creating all kinds of trouble. look at the countdown clock, one of the busiest travel days of the year hours away and this is the storm, powering up and on the move, with arctic air, downpours, strong winds and even tornados. the national service issuing watches, warnings and advisories in 20 states tonight and so many families wondering will they make it home for thanksgiving. our extreme weather team is tracking it all. abc's weather editor sam champion starts us off. good evening, sam. >> reporter: good evening, george. there is a light, cold rain in central park. this pre-thanksgiving storm has made it to the east coast. look at the radar. it's the entire east coast, every eastern state from the gulf coast all the way to maine is getting something out of this st
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Nov 27, 2013 5:30pm PST
at america's airports. millions hoping their holiday flights don't end up delayed. abc's ron claiborne is in new york's laguardia airport with a look at how they're doing. ron? >> reporter: george, things are actually going pretty well, surprisingly well. there were predictions of all kinds of chaos at airports on top of a traditional crush of travelers, weather-related chaos, but those dire warnings appear to have spooked a lot of people into leaving early. in charlotte, north carolina overnight, the line outside the main terminal may have seemed interminable. in new york's penn station the concourses were packed with crowds of people trying to avoid the predicted chaos at the airport. for the most part, travel on this day before thanksgiving wasn't so bad. one reason, it seems days of warnings of an apocalyptic airport mess persuaded many people to depart yesterday. >> the airlines offered passengers the opportunity to move their flights up a day, so we did a couple thousand extra passengers at each checkpoint yesterday to make today a little bit easier. >> reporter: of course, there
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Nov 18, 2013 5:30pm PST
into the blackness of his basement. >> what happened, chris? chris? what did you get hit with? >> i don't know. >> reporter: lancaster and his family miraculously survived. >> i'm still alive and my wife and kids. >> reporter: we walked down his block for the first time since he came face to face with disaster. >> are we coming up to your house? >> reporter: the heartbreaking moment that brought him to his knees. >> first time seeing it, huh? >> reporter: his dream home flattened. >> that's my door. >> reporter: lancaster is one of thousands left homeless after tornados tore through seven states sunday, more than 70 twisters reported. 8 people are dead. >> i see everything gone. >> reporter: lancaster was looking for one thing, his cat tee tee. how could he possibly have survived? with were with him as he retraced his steps to his basement and then -- >> tee tee! tee tee! tee tee, buddy! it's daddy! come here, tee, where you at, buddy? tee tee? daddy got you, baby! daddy got you! >> reporter: one small miracle. >> i knew you would come home. >> reporter: tonight the lancasters and their cat wi
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Nov 5, 2013 5:30pm PST
, this was a drill. police trained for this but what can innocent bystanders do to survive like ludner did? >> don't freeze, don't panic. get out. >> reporter: security expert tom kasza who spent 22 years in the secret service says if you can't get out, put something between you and those flying bullets. >> everything that is moveable that is hard that can be used to defend yourself in one way or another, whether it helps you hide, protects you from bullets. >> reporter: sometimes it can be behind an atm, a brick wall or a heavy planter. >> if you see a table like this, this could be somewhere for you to hide? >> take advantage of what is around. >> reporter: hide, lock the gunman out, barricade yourself using whatever is around. remember to turn your phone to silent and text for help and always keep reassessing your options. >> move until you can be safe. if that can't happen, the last resort is to fight. >> reporter: run, hide, fight. keep these rules in mind and hope you'll never have to use them. alex perez, abc news, chicago. >>> and next tonight we move on. this tuesday is election day in am
ABC
Nov 27, 2013 6:30pm EST
not to broadcast his name. today neither the cia nor the state department would comment. >> as you know we don't speak to them. >> reporter: if the name is confirmed it wouldn't be the first time. it also happened in 2010, the incident recreated in the movie zero dark thirty when pakistanis blew the cover of another station chief forcing him to be evacuated. this is the man behind today's public outing. imran khan with millions of supporters. earlier this year he threatened to do whatever he could to bring drone strikes to an end. >> it causes collateral damage and anti-u.s. >> reporter: tonight by revealing a name that's supposed to be top secret, it just got harder to tell america's friends from its enemies. muhammad lila, abc news. >>> in russia tonight new concerns about the safety of the upcoming winter olympics after its terror raid by moscow police. you see them storming into an apartment to arrest 15 members of an islamic militant group. police say they were fully armed with explosives and bombing belts. they were banned from russia in 2010. >>> 33 million people will begin their holid
ABC
Nov 1, 2013 5:30pm PDT
dentures are cleaner, fresher, and brighter. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. but it never hurts to see if you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare they're not usually this thin, this light. ♪ they don't let you touch and draw, not like this. ♪ this is not just a tablet. it has a click in keyboard and microsoft office, ♪ this lets you run your favorite apps next to your favorite apps. ♪ this is the new surface. the one device for everything in your life. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. >>> we will turn next tonight to a 20/20 investigation, the extraordinary mystery decades in the making, the case of the baby the nation followed and the man who
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Nov 6, 2013 5:30pm PST
's going too far. in terms of classic bullying, i don't know. >> what about jonathan martin tonight? what are you hearing about him? here he is 312 pounds and everyone saying he's drawing up documents tonight. if he couldn't fight this, who can? >> first of all, he was stanford educated. he has parents who are second or third generation harvard educated parents. he went to a prep school. he grew up in different environment than the normal classic football player. when this happened last week he checked himself into the hospital for emotional distress. his coach, joe philbin, actually visited him near midnight. he never disclosed any of this to his head coach at that time. they arranged for his parents to come out. they took him back to california where as you just said he is preparing a very specific document, lengthy document to present to the special investigator, ted wells. >> thank you so much, chris. always great to have you here. >> thanks, diane. >> our thanks to steve osunsami as well. >>> we move on next tonight. the results are in from a big day in democracy and voting in this c
ABC
Nov 12, 2013 5:30pm PST
and costs. you don't have to make changes. but it never hurts to see if you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare millions have raised their hand for the proven relief of the purple pill. and that relief could be in your hand. for many, nexium helps relieve heartburn symptoms from acid reflux disease. find out how you can save at purplepill.com. there is risk of bone fracture and low magnesium levels. side effects may include headache, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. if you have persistent diarrhea, contact your doctor right away. other serious stomach conditions may exist. avoid if you take clopidogrel. for many, relief is at hand. ask your doctor about nexium. bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on his portfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopeful
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Nov 8, 2013 5:30pm PST
up. pope francis joining in the fun, and donning a clown nose right along with them. >>> and next here tonight, an american homecoming, we are heading toward veterans day on monday, about 820,000 u.s. troops have served in afghanistan since the war began a decade ago. yet more than 48,000 are still there waiting to come home. and last night, we told you about one soldier, who dreamed of meeting his daughter for the first time. and tonight abc's josh elliott shows us the moment it happened. >> reporter: for brittany lotts, as with so many other members of military families, the journey has been a long and difficult one. >> the hardest part is constant loneliness. you think about them a lot. >> reporter: her husband is stationed in ghazni, afghanistan. he deployed when she was just 15 weeks pregnant. now, in just a few days, he will meet their three month old daughter, finley, for the very first time. >> i've been waiting for this moment for nine months. i can't wait. >> reporter: captain lotts is one of those nearly 50,000 american troops still in afghanistan. now he and his divisi
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Nov 14, 2013 5:30pm PST
based his signature program on was likely to crash so spectacularly. >> i don't think i'm stupid enough to go around saying this is going to be like shopping on amazon or travelocity a week before the website opens if i thought that it wasn't going to work. >> reporter: instead aides tell abc news the president felt he suffered a surprise wound from his own staff, leading to this final promise. >> these are two fumbles on a big game, which -- the game is not over. >> reporter: a truly remarkable presidential mea culpa. in fact, one of the president's long-time friends telling abc news this was one of the most deflating days of his presidency, still not enough for congress which plans on voting on a bill tomorrow which would further alter the affordable care act. diane? >> thank you, jim. we have george stephanopoulos standing by to weigh in. first, we asked rebecca jarvis talking to insurance companies to tell us if today's announcement means that premiums are going to increase. >> reporter: what's important and what every american should hear is that the vast majority of us will see ev
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Nov 15, 2013 5:30pm PST
in the face. >> yes. i just shot someone on my front porch. >> reporter: prosecutors don't buy his reported story. >> we obviously do not feel that the evidence in this case feels that the defendant acted in lawful self defense. >> reporter: former prosecutor doug godfrey believes the racial overtones in this case are impossible to ignore and there is another key factor. >> the fact she's a woman also plays a role in this case. >> absolutely. how does an unarmed 19-year-old woman represent that threat? against a 54-year-old man, who has a door between them. >> reporter: alex perez, abc news, chicago. >> and across the seas tonight, caroline kennedy the new u.s. ambassador to japan reported for duty today in tokyo. she is the first woman ever to hold the post. today she reminded everyone of the special meaning of this day for her. >> i am also proud to carry forward my father's legacy of public service. he had hoped to be the first united states president to visit japan. so it is a special honor for me, to be able to work, to strengthen the close ties between our two great countries. >> and
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Nov 19, 2013 5:30pm PST
: what police don't know or won't say what the motive behind this attack may have been. they have said from the beginning they are looking for no other suspects. david? >> jim, thank you. >>> now to another case playing out tonight in front of the cameras. george zimmerman this evening a free man once again. acquitted in the murder of trayvon martin, he was hauled back into court today after yet another arrest. his gun taken from him by authorities. we learned of a delivery no one saw coming from his soon to be ex-wife. here tonight abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: george zimmerman walked out of jail this evening without his guns. this after he faced a florida judge once again. in shackles with sweat on his forehead, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly pointing a gun at his girlfriend as heard on this 911 call. >> you just broke my glass table, you broke my sunglasses and you put your gun in my friggin face. >> reporter: prosecutors telling the court zimmerman allegedly choked his girlfriend last week and even considered suicide. >> the defendant indicated
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Nov 25, 2013 5:30pm PST
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ABC
Oct 31, 2013 5:30pm PDT
. we asked fliers to react. >> i can listen to music while i'm taking off because i don't like takeoffs. >> i enjoy reading electronic books. >> i use an electronic device. i'm able to travel with these. >> reporter: flight attendants worry we'll be so busy we won't listen to safety briefings. airlines are racing to meet the senten standards and the head of the faa is joining the rest of us. >> will you be looking at your iphone? >> probably an ipad. >> reporter: the faa received a couple requests today and says it will process them soon. does that mean you can use them starting tomorrow? we'll see. >> thanks. >>> now to boston where the party certainly isn't over. the red sox clinching their first world series title at fenway since 1918. big papi looking to the heavens. excited fans danced on top of a taxi cab around the corner from fenway. we love this, this moving moment, kissing at the finish line of the boston marathon, the scene of course of that horrible attack earlier this year. abc's rob nelson on the scene proving once again it is boston strong. >> it hasn't happened at fenway
ABC
Nov 4, 2013 5:30pm PST
convinced paul ciancia was targeting tsa agents but what they don't know is why. >> we have to get a full understanding of the person who we now have in custody to understand what his motives might have been. >> reporter: the trouble is they can't even ask him. he's still unconscious at ucla medical center with a gunshot wound to his head. today the fbi combed through his apartment for clues and combed through his travel records to see if he ever had a run-in with airport security. abc news knows the last time he traveled abroad was 2006 when he took a trip to japan. today ciancia's family issued their first public statement. >> we, like most americans, are shocked and numbed by the tragic events of last friday. >> reporter: but offered no clues to what could have prompted his spree. the tsa has a thankless job, enforcing procedures we all tolerate through gritted teeth. a popular target. >> no kidding? who else wants a job groping men, women and children all day. >> reporter: among some anti-government activists, the agency embodies a federal government that's too invasive, corrupt and i
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Nov 7, 2013 5:30pm PST
is on the air tonight. i searched our names, too. the other brand names don't come up. we're safe. >> tweet us hello, everybody. thanks, david. >> you bet. >>> and now we move on to a candid admission from a living legend. it has parents and fans asking a whole new set of questions about the possibly punishing consequences of football for children and for their heros. tony dorsett, football icon, seemly invincible, has come forward to describe a brutal diagnosis. abc's senior national correspondent jim avila. >> reporter: the breezy charisma and movie star smile of hall of famer tony dorsett, literally knocked from his face by hit after hit in the nfl. >> they call that a knockout. >> reporter: this is the bruising, head-on tackle he remembers most. watch again. it knocks his chin strap into the air and leaves dorsett sprawled on the turf for 15 minutes. >> he just blew me up. it was like a freight train hitting a volkswagen. >> reporter: but minutes later dorsett was back in the game, one of the countless concussions he suffered. today at age 59 he's clinically depressed, forgetful, short tem
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Nov 20, 2013 5:30pm PST
advocacy group for its inflated pricing. >> i want to pay my bill. i just don't want to overpay. >> reporter: in this month's edition of the journal of american medical association, a panel of experts across the country takes a critical look at our nation's health care system. we asked dr. moses why hospital prices are so secretive. >> who is keeping it from the light of day? why don't we know this information? >> there has been no incentive to make that information clear and every incentive to make it mysterious. >> who is looking out for the american people? >> it really depends on the patients themselves to be much more discriminating. >> reporter: tracy offered to settle her share of the bill with the hospital for $10,000, close to what medicare would have made for the whole thing. >> give me a fair price and you'll get your money. >> reporter: north side isn't willing to take tracy's offer and refused our repeated requests for an interview. they wouldn't explain pricing. >> you don't think it's your job to clarify for people? everyone is confused and we deserve an answer. >
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Nov 21, 2013 5:30pm PST
cell carcinoma on his nose and removed it. please don't be foolish like me he put on instagram, get yourself checked. see that mark on his nose? that's the cancer. deb said to get the mark on my nose checked. he admitted he only got it checked because his wife insisted. boy was she right. it's caused by sun damage. although it won't kill you, it can be disfiguring, destroying tissue and bone. sun screen is your best defense, summer and winter. listen to wolverine, get yourself checked and use sun screen. dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. >>> and we move next tonight to a national memory. tomorrow, the nation will pause to remember the dark day that changed history, the 50th anniversary of president kennedy's assassination. there is something americans did not know. the president and his family once had a kind of secret bunker, a private island to protect them. president kennedy and his wife jacqueline were to hide there in the event of a tragedy. abc's anchor david muir is there for us tonight to take us inside. david, hello and what are we seeing behind you? >> reporter: dian
ABC
Nov 20, 2013 6:30pm EST
to pay my bill. i just don't want to overpay. >> reporter: in this month's edition of the journal of american medical association, a panel of experts takes a critical look at this. we asked the doctor why hospital prices are so secretive. >> why don't we know this information? >> there has been no incentive to make that information clear and every incentive to make it mysterio mysterious. >> who is looking out for the american people? >> it depends on the patients themselves. >> reporter: tracy offered to settle for $10,000. close to what medicare would have paid for the whole thing. >> give me a fair price and you'll get your money. >> reporter: north side refused our repeated requests for an interview. they wouldn't explain pricing. >> you don't think it's your job to clarify for people? >> everyone is confused and we deserve an answer. >> reporter: the american hospital association told us hospitals like north side lose millions of dollars a year from patients who don't pay their bills and on medicare and medicaid short falls so people like tracy end up having to make up the di
ABC
Nov 11, 2013 5:30pm PST
. >> reporter: and the big chains are starting earlier than ever this year. >> don't let the holidays sneak up on you. >> reporter: toys r us announcing it will join the likes of target, macy's and walmart all opening their doors on thanksgiving day. almost 80 percent of us buy our presents in stores. online holiday shopping was up nearly 10 percent last year. it's expected to grow by 13 percent this year. viewers tell us the convenience is hard to beat. >> i'm going to be doing holiday shopping online. >> with the free shipping, the discounts codes, they never close. >> working full time and with kids, it gets difficult to get to the store. >> if i can find what i want online and i can find free shipping, then it's a win-win. >> reporter: experts say all the competition means one thing. >> you should never pay full price for anything ever again. >> reporter: linzie janis, abc news, new york. >>> also in the news tonight a headline about violence in the movies. a new report shows movies rated pg 13 have now become more violent than r rated movies were when the ratings process began back in the
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Nov 22, 2013 5:30pm PST
to the children. >> he told them, don't do drugs, because this is what happens to you when you do drugs. >> reporter: when police finally stopped the bus, sheila distracted the man and her kids bolted out the back. 22-year-old nick miller was arrested on the spot. he's pleaded not guilty. and sheila hart's calm in a crisis made her a local hero. >> i had one little girl tell me every other day, mrs. hart you're the best bus driver. so, that makes me feel good. >> reporter: gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> and next, confessions of a thief. someone who could break in your car in ten seconds or less, a reformed thief shows how easy it is, and how you may be making it even easier. >>> and portrait of a first lady, mrs. kennedy and her dream of camelot that never came true. when we see you in two minutes. setting up the perfect wedding day begins with her arthritis pain, and two pills. afternoon arrives and feeling good, but her knee pain returns... that's two more pills. the evening's event brings laughter, joy, and more pain when jamie says... what's that, like six pills today? yeah. i
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Nov 28, 2013 5:30pm PST
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Nov 4, 2013 6:30pm EST
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